Barcoding Innovator of the Year Award

The Barcoding, Inc. “Innovator of the Year” award recognizes a team within a company who has implemented a mobile or automated data capture solution that has greatly impacted the business’s efficiency, accuracy, and connectivity.

Award Luncheon at the Annual Barcoding Executive Forum

The winner is announced live at the Barcoding Executive Forum in October in Baltimore. The winning company/person will receive recognition at the Forum in front of their peers, a commemorative award and Under Amour Barcoding polo shirt, induction into our “Innovator of the Year” gallery, and PR and social media promotion including a press release, blog article, and a video interview to be filmed on-site.


2018 Innovator of the Year - Northwestern

Congrats to Northwestern for winning the 2018 Innovator of the Year award.

With our help, the Center for Comparative Medicine at Northwestern moved from a paper-based system to our Operational Management System. We created a scanning system and RFID software interface that worked with their existing systems and communicated over their Wi-Fi network to create RFID smart applications, providing the lab with real-time results.

2017 Innovator of the Year - Mirabito

Congrats to Mirabito for winning the 2017 Innovator of the Year award.

Check out why we chose to honor Mirabito this year!

2016 Innovator of the Year - Front Gate Tickets

Congrats to Front Gate Tickets for winning the 2016 Innovator of the Year award.

2015 Innovator of the Year - DAP Products, Inc.

Congrats to DAP Products, Inc. for taking the prize in 2015!

Check out their award-winning commercial! Watch now!


2014 Innovator of the Year - Azteca Foods

Congrats to our first annual award winner, Azteca Foods!

Azteca Foods’ Automates Ability to Track and Trace Pallets

Background: Azteca Foods, Inc. is a family-owned and operated leader in the Mexican foods category.

Challenge: Azteca sought a way to track pallets of goods moving throughout its warehouse by assigning a unique identification numbers to pallets as they come off the line.

Solution: Barcoding, Inc.’s barcode scanning system comprising handheld computers, a customized mobile software application, an internally hosted web service, and network extenders.

Result: Achieved full traceability of pallets moving into its finished goods warehouse, eliminated time-consuming manual data entry processes, and increased accuracy.

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